BC Story Trail launch
Today marks the opening of an interactive and interpretive trail in Tsútswecw Provincial Park built on the traditional territory of the Secwépemc people. The trail uses technology to tell the story of native plants and landscape features through the voices of local youth. Members of the public are invited to celebrate the power of story, […]
What a fantastic spring it’s been for outdoor learning in BC!  HCTF Education, in partnership with BC Parks, provided BC schools with more than $80K in GO Grants to give their students the opportunity to learn about BC’s incredible biodiversity. Over 6,000 students from classes around the province participated in GO Grant field trips this […]

HCTF 2019-20 Approved Project List announced at BCWF AGM

  • Friday, 10 May 2019
Fort St. John, BC – The Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation (HCTF) has announced over $9 million to fund more than 170 fish and wildlife projects in BC.   The announcement was made Friday at the BC Wildlife Federation’s annual convention in Fort St. John.  HCTF CEO Brian Springinotic said the $9 million represents a record annual […]
HCTF Education Cmolik Prize Finalists
Congratulations to HCTF Education for being named a finalist for the Cmolik Prize for the Enhancement of Pub­lic Education in BC. The prize recognizes recipients who have developed and implemented an invention, innova­tion, concept, process or procedure that enhances educa­tional practice in the British Columbia K-12 public school system.   “On behalf of the entire […]
First published in May-June 2019 issue of BC Outdoors magazine Seeing a herd of majestic Roosevelt elk is a marvelous sight for almost anyone exploring B.C.’s coastal wilderness. Early in the last century, unregulated harvest led to extirpation of the elk from much of their range on the mainland and in many areas of Vancouver […]